GTA and Red Dead Redemption Writer Has Officially Left Rockstar Games

GTA and Red Dead Redemption Writer Has Officially Left Rockstar Games

Rockstar Games co-founder and one of the titans of the video games business, Dan Houser, has officially left the company. It was exposed back in February that Houser would be leaving Rockstar, which sad day has actually now shown up.

Houser helped to found the company back in 1998, and has actually provided his skills to a number of Rockstar’s many renowned games, consisting of the Grand Theft Auto series and Red Dead Redemption. In addition to being co-founder of the studio, Houser was its head writer, producer, and its vice president of creativity.

It’s not clear what’s inspired Houser’s split from Rockstar, however considering his status within the company, it’s rumoured to be a less-than-amicable divide.

Rockstar Games has yet to provide a statement on Houser’s move from the company, lending fuel to the rumours of something unpleasant possibly having happened behind the scenes.

Where Houser’s incredible career will take him next is also unidentified, but if he remains in the video games market, expect excellent things from his next endeavours!


Credit: Rockstar Games

People have been flooding social networks with appreciation to Houser for his contributions to video games.

One user on Twitter shared the following: “Dan Houser will part ways with Rockstar Games today following to establishing the company in December 1998. You’ll be deeply missed and I wish you all the very best for the future endeavours in your life ahead.

” Thank you for truly everything and the best minutes throughout my childhood.”

Another said: “It was a honor playing your games #DanHouser especially Grand Theft Auto IV, Max Payne 3 and Red Dead Redemption 2. Those games changed my life. Thank you …”.

Whatever’s next for Dan Houser and Rockstar Games stays to be seen, however we wish both parties the best of luck for the future!

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